Stream Energy Leading the Way in Corporate Generosity in Texas

Stream Energy is a retail provider of electricity, wireless telephone services, home services, protection and natural gas in America. Rob Snyder and Pierre Koshakji founded the firm in 2005.

It supplies energy in Washington, DC, New Jersey, New York, Texas, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Georgia. However, the other services are available countrywide.

It uses direct selling to market the products to customers. It buys energy in bulk and distributes to its associates to market directly to consumers. Since its inception, the company has steadily grown its revenue collection.

In 2017, it got an annual return of over $7 billion in revenue collected in about seven states in America.

Stream Energy is making a name for itself in Texas and America as a whole with its philanthropic activities. American corporations are known for their generosity.

Unfortunately, Texas ranks the lowest in terms of corporate generosity. Stream Energy is reversing this trend, and it is raising the ranking of its home state.

In collaboration with American Red Cross and Habitat for Humanity, they have been at the forefront of the campaign to minimize cases of homelessness in Dallas.

They have been especially active in giving donations to victims of natural calamities, such as Hurricane Sandy, Hurricane Harvey, and the Texas Tornadoes.

They donated $10,000 to the 2012 Hurricane Sandy victims through the American Red Cross.

In 2016, in the wake of the Tornadoes that ravaged Texas, the company joined hands with the Salvation Army to give emergency supplies to the victims.

The Stream Energy Associates gave their donations, and the company doubled them before forwarding them for distribution to the residents.

After the Hurricane Harvey, which brought down as much as fifty-six inches of rainwater in Houston, Stream Energy Swung into action in partnership with Hope Supply Co.

They donated cash, time and labor to help the victims rebuild their lives. Stream Energy also provides transport for relief supplies to be taken to victims.

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Graham Edwards of Telereal Trillium Builds Business

Telereal Trillium is a successful commercial property management and investment company (fasttrack.co.uk). It was originally just called Telereal. Telereal was technically founded in 1997 before opening its doors to the public in 2001. Graham Edward has been its CEO since that time. In 2009, he led them in acquiring and absorbing Trillium for £750M. He has since led the combined company, Telereal Trillium, to be worth over £1 billion.

Graham began his career as CIO of Talisman Global Asset Management. Prior to coming to Telereal Graham also served as fund manager of Merrill Lynch Investment Management.

Graham is a member of several professional groups: the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, the Association of Corporate Treasurers, the UK Society of Investment Professional, and he is a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. He has many other businesses interests other than Telereal Trillium in real estate, mining, software, water, and engineering. As accomplished as he is, Graham is still studying. He is working on an MA in International Relations at King’s College London. In addition to all of this, he is also an avid philanthropist.

All of Telereal Trillium workspace, has a total of 86 million square feet. It is also extremely proud of the fact it is responsible for housing 1% of UK’s workforce. Today Telereal Trillium’s portfolio boasts over 8,000 properties. They have their hand in multiple real estate projects at any given time. TT has also had professional relationship with some of UK’s largest businesses that have been long-lasting for many years. Some of these include BT, Aviva, and the Department for Work and Pensions and DVLA. TT has earned a great reputation for its cost reduction, risk management, capital release, and business transformation. Graham and the rest of the management are exceedingly optimistic about its future prospects.